Air France-KLM Cargo adds a summer quartet

AIR France-KLM Cargo will be spreading its wings this summer with new flights to four continents outside of Europe.

In Asia a new B777-200ER service will fly three times a week from Paris via Bangkok to Phnom Penh in Cambodia, starting 28 March. China’s Xiamen will receive three weekly flights from Amsterdam Schiphol using B777-ER equipment effective 27 March.

From 7 June the company will offer a new service to Orlando, Florida, on a B777-300 ER flying three times per week from Paris. The carrier also reinstated its Amsterdam-Miami route on 21 March.

A new non-stop flight from 21 June will fly from Paris to Lima (Peru) five times a week using the B777-200ER.

Two countries in West Africa will welcome the Air France-KLM Cargo A330-200. The airline adds Freetown, Sierra Leone, to its network, operating from Paris twice a week. Monrovia, Liberia, also will get a twice-weekly service from Paris via Conakry in Guinea.

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